New slave drive not recognized by Windows 10

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Hello,

I installed a SATA HD as a slave in my desktop. I can see the HD in device manger, BIOS as well as in disk management. This is a HD I've used previously so it has been formatted. How do I get Win 10 to see it?
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Can you look in disk management and see it in there?

How big is the drive?
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Hi

Have you updated the drives driver software to make the drive compatible with Windows 10? If not, then update the driver software and insert drive to check to whether it stats detecting my system.
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Is it SSD?
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